List of Sahaba - Shi'a Critique of The Sahaba - Believers


Shi'a regarded these people as partisians of Ali and defenders of the Ahl al-Bayt, people that fully embraced the deepest concepts of Islam.

Ja'far ibn Abu Talib Ali's brother.

Abdullah ibn Ja'far Zainab bint Ali's husband.

Harith ibn Abd al-Muttalib An uncle of Muhammad

Obaidah ibn al-Harith was the first Muslim to be killed in battle. He was a cousin of Muhammad and Ali, and he was the first Martyr of the Battle of Badr.

Abu Talib ibn Abd al-Muttalib is in contrast to Sunnis considered Muslim by Shias, arguing that Ali inherited him which would be forbidden if he were an unbeliever.

Umm Kulthum bint Muhammad

Fatima bint Muhammad

Fatima bint Asad Aunt of Muhammad and the mother of Ali

Fatima bint Hizam married Ali and gave him four sons that were martyred at the Battle of Karbala, not to be confused with Ali's first wife,

Salman the Persian gave Muhammad the idea to dig the trench. He, like the other, did not supposedly give allegiance to Abu Bakr

Abu Dharr al-Ghifari Jundub ibn Junadah ibn Sakan (Arabic جُندب بن جَنادة), better known as Abu Dharr, Abu Dharr al-Ghafari, or Abu Tharr Al-Ghefari (Arabic أبو ذر الغفاري) was an early convert to Islam.

Bilal ibn Ribah is called by Muhammed as "the most truthful man between heaven and earth".

Abdullah ibn Abbas was a staunch follower of Ali. Did not give allegiance to Abu Bakr, until Ali supposedly did so. Accompanied Ali when he demanded his inheritance from Umar and sought very badly of Umar and Abu Bakr. Convinced 20'000 of the 24'000 Khawarij to return to Ali.

Malik ibn Ashter was Ali's general when he came close to killing Muawiya, then became his governor, has long and beautiful letter addressed to him in Nahj ul-Balagha Letter No.53 in which Ali gives guidance in how to uphold a government. That letter was referred to in the United Nations as an advice to Arabs.

Ammar ibn Yasir was killed by Muawiyas army in the Battle of Siffin when he was 90 years old, as predicted by Muhammad.

Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr was Abu Bakr's son and a great companion of Ali. He was chosen to govern Egypt.

Umm Kulthum bint Ali daughter of Ali and Fatimah, was taken to Yazids palace after the Battle of Karbala.

Zaynab bint Ali eldest daughter of Ali and Fatimah was taken to Yazids palace after the Battle of Karbala.

Halima Sadia

Khabbab ibn al-Aratt was a great role model in life.

Akib ibn Usaid was the first governor of Makkah.

Aqeel ibn Abi Talib a brother of Ali and cousin of Muhammad

Talib ibn Abi Talib a brother of Ali and cousin of Muhammad

Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib an uncle of Muhammad and Ali

Asma bint Umais a widow of Abu Bakr, who later married Ali

Miqdad ibn al-Aswad al-Kindi

Zaid ibn Arqam Sa'ad ibn Mu'adh

Abdu'l-Rahman ibn Abu Bakr

Zaid mawla Muhammad was the freed slave of Muhammad and the father of Usama ibn Zaid.

Usama ibn Zaid

Umm Ayman

Ubaidullah bin Abdullah retold the event of the pen and paper as he heard from Ibn Abbas.

Lubaynah accepted Islam

Fazl ibn Abbas A cousin of Muhammad and Ali, he did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Khalid ibn Sa'id ibn al-As He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Abd Allah ibn Mas'ud

Buraida Aslami He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Ubai ibn Ka'b He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr. (He is the one who based on authentic Sunni sources the Prophet ordered the companions to trust him in the matter of Quran as one of the three trustee persons in this regard.

Khuzaima ibn Thabit Dhu'sh-Shahadatain He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Abd-Allah ibn Rawahah

Abu'l-Hathama Bin Tihan He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Sahl ibn Hunaif He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Uthman ibn Hunaif He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Abu Ayub Ansari He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Jabir Ibn Abdullah Ansari He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Hudhaifa ibn Yaman He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Sa'd ibn Ubaida He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Qais ibn Sa'd He did give allegiance to Abu Bakr.

Hassan ibn Thabit

Malik ibn Nuwayra

Saffiyah bint Abd al-Muttalib — Mohammad's aunt

Arwa bint Abd al-Muttalib was one of the meritorious women.

Mus`ab ibn `Umair

Abdullah ibn Jahsh

Abdullah ibn Salam

Abdullah ibn Umm Maktum

Abd-Allah ibn Abd-al-Asad

Abu al-Aas ibn al-Rabiah

Bilal ibn al-Harith

Amr ibn Jamooh died in the Battle of Uhud while defending the Prophet of Islam

Yasir ibn Amir, father of Ammar ibn Yasir

Sumayyah bint Khabbab, mother of Ammar ibn Yasir, also the first martyr of Islam

Uthman ibn Maz'un

Anas ibn al-Nadr died in the Battle of Uhud

Abu Dujana defended Muhamamd in the Battle of Uhud

Kumayl ibn Ziyad companion of Ali ibn Abi Talib. Dua Kumayl is named after him

Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr adopted son & Supporter of Imam Ali in the Battle of Jamal and Siffin

Ouwais al Qarniy

Urwah ibn Mas'ud

Abu Sufyan ibn al-Harith

Abu-Sa'id al-Khudri — narrated that God can be seen

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